Chene de Tombeboeuf

by ruthsmason

Here I am still in Lot-et-Garonne at one of the famous oak trees in France.  I grew up in a house with a California live oak out front, so maybe that’s where my love of trees began.  I promised you trees in this blog, and this one may be hard to top. Underneath and inside it was cool and the experience of wandering under and around this 250 year old gem was green light and the weight of slow growth combined. It was hard to leave.

Yet, I think that’s about it from France.  We went back to Paris after Tombeboeuf and wandered around some more.
I’ll circle back if I can and send you a little more of our adventures there.